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REFRIGERATOR
SERVICE MANUAL
CAUTION
BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT,
READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL.
√ Caution
In this manual, some parts can be changed for improving their performance without notice. So, If you need the latest parts
information, please visit and refer to PPL (Parts Price List) in Service Information Center.(http://webportal.winiadaewoo.com/sic)
TYPE
MODEL
111.75505020
111.75507020
STEP
UP
TYPE
MODEL
111.75035020
111.75032020
OPP
111.75039020
S/M No. RFP7102000
FACTORY MODEL
RFP71KETJ4E00-UEDB
RFP71KEBJ4E00-UEDB
FACTORY MODEL
RFP71KDTJ4E00-UECB
RFP71KDWC4E00-UECB
RFP71KDBC4E00-UECB
Color
STAINLESS
BLACK
STAINLESS
Color
STAINLESS
WHITE
BLACK
Mar.2020

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  • Page 1 S/M No. RFP7102000 REFRIGERATOR SERVICE MANUAL CAUTION BEFORE SERVICING THE UNIT, READ THE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THIS MANUAL. TYPE MODEL FACTORY MODEL Color 111.75505020 RFP71KETJ4E00-UEDB STAINLESS BLACK 111.75507020 RFP71KEBJ4E00-UEDB STAINLESS STEP TYPE MODEL FACTORY MODEL Color 111.75035020 RFP71KDTJ4E00-UECB STAINLESS 111.75032020 RFP71KDWC4E00-UECB WHITE 111.75039020...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Content …………………..4 ……..…... 40 1. Warnings and 9-5. Disconnection / Breaking of Refrigerator Lights Ass’y Precautions for Safety 2. Specifications ……………………..…... 5 9-6. Refrigeration Failure ..41 (Foods does not get cool or cold soon.) ………………...…..7 3. Sensor / Voltage 9-7.
  • Page 3 Content 12. Service Part List …………... 64 11-11. Refrigerator Fan ……………….………..….. 74 12-1. Cabinet and Fan motor in Freezer ………………..….. 75 12-2. Machine Room ……..65 11-12. Freezer Defrost Sensor ……………………..…..….. 76 12-3. F-Room and Heater in the Eva Ass’y 11-13.
  • Page 4: Warnings And

    1. Warnings and Precautions for Safety Please observe the following safety precautions in order to use safely and correctly the refrigerator and to prevent accident and danger during repair. 1. Be care of an electric shock. Disconnect power cord from wall outlet and wait for more than three minutes before replacing PCB parts.
  • Page 5: Specifications

    2. Specifications Model Name 111.7550****, 111.7503**** Factory Model Name RFP71KE******-****, RFP71KD******-**** Total 25.5 Volume Freezer AHAM 2008 (Cu ft.) Refrigerator 17.7 External Dimension 35.98 “ x 69.81” x 33.79” (w/o Handle) (Width * Depth * Height) Rated Voltage 115~120V (60Hz) Weight (Kg) Gross (w/ Package)
  • Page 6: Refrigerator Fan

    2. Specifications (continued) Model Name 111.7550****, 111.7503**** Factory Model Name RFP71KE******-**** RFP71KD******-**** In Evaporator Assembly,  Defrost In Icemaker Evaporator Assembly  Freezer In Louver Assembly  Refrigerator In Multi Flow Duct Assembly Between Top Cabinet and Top Sensor  Cover Hinge ...
  • Page 7: Sensor / Voltage

    3. Sensor / Voltage (Table of sensor resistance and measured voltage) R, Pantry, Ice Maker, F Defrost, R Defrost, I/M Defrost, RT SENSOR Temp(℉) Temp(℃) Resistance(kΩ) DC Volts Temp(℉) Temp(℃) Resistance(kΩ) DC Volts -22.0 -30.0 129.30 4.02 32.9 29.34 2.42 -21.1 -29.5 125.90...
  • Page 8 3. Sensor / Voltage (Table of sensor resistance and measured voltage) F Sensor Temp(℉) Temp(℃) Resistance(kΩ) DC Volts Temp(℉) Temp(℃) Resistance(kΩ) DC Volts -22.0 -30.0 39.652 3.04 32.9 7.692 1.16 -21.1 -29.5 38.495 3.01 33.8 7.508 1.14 -20.2 -29.0 37.375 2.97 34.7 7.328...
  • Page 9: External Dimensions

    4. External Dimensions To avoid risk of electrical shock that can cause death or severe personal injury, 9 / 79 WARNING disconnect unit from power before servicing unless tests require power.
  • Page 10: Features

    5. Features 5-1. Exterior Front Control Panel LED, Touch Water and Ice Refrigerator Handle Dispenser Sticker written “R” inside handles for 1 Levers correct assembly Freezer Handle Sticker written “F” inside handle for correct assembly Included Parts Hex Wrench(2.5mm) in User Manual Bag, Standoff Screws on doors To avoid risk of electrical shock that can cause death or severe personal injury, 10 / 79...
  • Page 11: Mullion Bar Ass'y

    5. Features 5-2. Interior Filter Cover Water Filter Foldable Shelf fixed by magnet after folding Air Filter Cover Slid Away Split Shelf Icemaker Compartment Icemaker and Ice Bin Dairy Bin Dispenser Fixed Utility Bin Adjustable Shelves Adjustable, Spill proof Gallon Bin Small Bin Adjustable Fixed...
  • Page 12: Machine Room

    5. Features 5-3. Machine Room Condenser Fan Water Filter Inlet 1/4 “ Tube) Connector(front) Step Valve Hot Pipe Inverter Controller Connector(back) (Outlet) Signal Connector Hot Pipe (Inlet) Process Part Condenser in Compressor Flow Sensor Step Valve Inverter in Valve Water Controller Dryer Valve Water...
  • Page 13 5. Features 5-4. Others RT Sensor Refrigerator Sensor Refrigerator Door Switches Pantry Icemaker Drawer Sensor Room Sensor Freezer Sensor Ice Type (Cubed/Crushed) Selector Water Tank Assembly Freezer Fan Motor Refrigerator Fan Motor Freezer Door Switch To avoid risk of electrical shock that can cause death or severe personal injury, 13 / 79 WARNING disconnect unit from power before servicing unless tests require power.
  • Page 14: Flow Diagram

    6. Flow Diagram 6-1. Cold Air Flow Refrigerator Compartment Damper Control Air of Refrigerator Damper Control Air of Pantry Drawer (RFP71KE*) Freezer Compartment To avoid risk of electrical shock that can cause death or severe personal injury, 14 / 79 WARNING disconnect unit from power before servicing unless tests require power.
  • Page 15: Water Flow

    6. Flow Diagram 6-2. Water Flow RFP71KE* Water Water Tank Dispenser Main Water Flow Water Icemaker Water Filter Sensor Valve (R Room) Icemaker (F Room) RFP71KD* Water Water Tank Dispenser Main Water Water Water Filter Valve Flow Icemaker Sensor (R Room) □...
  • Page 16: Refrigerant Flow

    6. Flow Diagram 6-3. Refrigerant Flow and Welding Point SYMBOL METHOD POINTS Copper Welding (Ag 3%) Lokring PIPE SVC(Discharge) COMPRESSOR You can force open all the step valve for 2 evaporators by following the next steps: PIPE DEL 1. Lock inner PCB 2.
  • Page 17: Wiring Diagram

    7. Wiring Diagram 7-1. Total View(1/2) To avoid risk of electrical shock that can cause death or severe personal injury, 17 / 79 WARNING disconnect unit from power before servicing unless tests require power.
  • Page 18 7. Wiring Diagram 7-1. Total View(2/2) To avoid risk of electrical shock that can cause death or severe personal injury, 18 / 79 WARNING disconnect unit from power before servicing unless tests require power.
  • Page 19 7. Wiring Diagram 7-2. Part View – Sensors CN11 CN10 7-3. Part View – Eva Heater (SHEATH HTR) To avoid risk of electrical shock that can cause death or severe personal injury, 19 / 79 WARNING disconnect unit from power before servicing unless tests require power.
  • Page 20: R-Door

    7. Wiring Diagram 7-4. Dispenser, DV(Mullion Bar), I/CASE Heater Operation 7-4-1. The dispenser heater is always on. 7-4-2. The DV heater is always on and located Between refrigerator doors. 7-4-3. The I/CASE heater cycles which is located inside the icemaker helps to remove residual ice from the ice case.
  • Page 21 7. Wiring Diagram 7-5. Other voltage (continued) 7-5-3. CN 6 (Icemaker in the ice room) Item Pin No Remarks Water Tube Heater 1 & 14 I/M Box Heater I/M Stepping Motor 1 & 9, 10 Bi-Directional Icemaker Power 1 & 8 Icemaker LED 1 &...
  • Page 22 7. Wiring Diagram 7-5. Other voltage (continued) 7-5-5. CN 13 (Damper) Item Pin No Remarks Damper Heater 5 & 6 Damper Signal 1 & 7, 8, 9, 10 7-5-6. CN 19 (Step Valve) Item Pin No Remarks Step Motor 5 & 1, 2, 3, 4 0~12 swing ※...
  • Page 23 7. Wiring Diagram 7-5. Other voltage (continued) 7-5-7. CN 17 (Fan Motor) Item Pin No 비고 I/M BOX MOTOR 1 & 2 12 ~ 14 I/M BOX MOTOR 5V Pulse, Frequency 2 & 12 65~80 (Feedback signal) Duty 50% fluctuation C MOTOR 7 &...
  • Page 24: Operation And Function

    8. Operation and Functions 8-1. How to Use Control Panel Button ⓡ ⓕ ⓐ ⓓ ⓒ ⓑ Button Item Display Description Freezer : 0ºF / Refrigerator : 37ºF / Pantry room(optional) : “Produce” 88 LED Initial Temperature by power input ºF : 0 →...
  • Page 25 8. Operation and Functions 8-1. How to Use Control Panel (continued) Button ⓡ ⓕ ⓐ ⓓ ⓒ ⓑ Button Item Display Description □ How to Start : In lock mode, press ⓐ 5 times, while pushing ⓕ & ⓡ at once ⓓ...
  • Page 26: Service Mode And Error Display

    8. Operation and Functions 8-2. Service Mode and Error Display □ How to Start : Preparation Work INPUT Freezer Refrigerator Accela “Lock” Mode ON Temp Temp □ How to Proceed : ºF : • Unit Press “Freezer Temp” button and the following value is displayed successively. •...
  • Page 27 8. Operation and Functions 8-2. Service Mode and Error Display (continued) Example Display STEP Content Description etc. F 88 R 88 etc. Error Code : Icemaker Sensor in the The sensor is read as open or shorted. Icemaker Room Or Icemaker Heating Error Error Code : Icemaker Room Sensor Error Code...
  • Page 28: Compressor, Fan & Damper

    8. Operation and Functions 8-3. Compressor, Fan & Damper Output Icemaker Comp C FAN F FAN R FAN Pantry Damper Room FAN Freezer On/Off On/Off On/Off Refrigerator On/Off Pantry Drawer Open/Close Ice Harvest Condition On/Off & Step Valve Location F Door Open R Door Open Defrosting Mode Close...
  • Page 29: Icemaker In The Icemaker Room

    8. Operation and Functions 8-6. Icemaker in the Icemaker Room 1) Icemaker Room Temperature Control : by IM Sensor On/Off • Icemaker Room Temp is controlled by IM Sensor on/off setting value. • In “Accela Ice” mode, the compress and icemaker room fan will turn on 24hr for Quick Icing. ※...
  • Page 30 8. Operation and Functions 8-6. Icemaker in the Icemaker Room (continued) 3) Icemaker Power OFF : □ How to Start : Preparation Work INPUT Press and hold buttons “Lock” Mode OFF Water for 3sec at once. Select □ How to Proceed : •...
  • Page 31 8. Operation and Functions 8-6. Icemaker in the Icemaker Room (continued) 6) Icemaker Conditions Display by control panel : □ How to Start : Preparation Work INPUT Refrigerator 1) Service Mode Press and hold the button for display Temp 2) Step : IM Sensor Temp ※...
  • Page 32: Icemaker In The Freezer

    8. Operation and Functions 8-7. Icemaker in the Freezer Compartment 1) Icemaker Room Temperature Control : by Freezer Temp Sensor On/Off Icemaker with 10 Cube Tray Feeler Arm Test Button Icemaker Sensor, Insulator and Cover 2) Icemaker System : start •...
  • Page 33 8. Operation and Functions 8-7. Icemaker in the Freezer Compartment (continued) 3) Icemaker Power OFF : □ How to Start : Preparation Work INPUT Press and hold buttons “Lock” Mode Off Water for 3sec at once. Select □ How to Proceed : •...
  • Page 34: Pantry Drawer

    8. Operation and Functions 8-7. Icemaker in the Freezer Compartment (continued) 5) Icemaker control in case of errors □ Error Type : • IM Sensor Error : Error code display in service mode and icemaker will complete the harvest as time(4.8hr). •...
  • Page 35: Compensation Of Refrigerator Sensor On/Off Temp

    8. Operation and Functions 8-11 Compensation of Refrigerator Sensor On/Off Temp □ R42 : R-SENSOR standard resistance in normal mode (31.4㏀) □ In case temperature of refrigerator compartment is week or insufficient, take the following action. • Cut J2 to increase the standard resistance by 2㏀ ⇒ 1.5℃ down (2.7 ºF down) •...
  • Page 36: How To Service

    9. How to Service 9-1. Faulty Start (F/R lights Off , F-PCB Power Off) Start Power input to Main PCB is ok? Check power connection from machine compartment to CN1 of Main PCB. Main PCB Fuse is disconnected? Change the fuse (AC250V 4A) on the Main PCB Voltage...
  • Page 37: Freezing Failure

    9. How to Service 9-2. Freezing Failure . (Foods are not frozen/cold.) Start Refer to error display in operation and function Any error code on Front PCB? ■ How to check the inverter controller : 1) Run “Accella Ice” function in condition of icemaker on. The M-PCB will send the signal “comp on”...
  • Page 38: Ice Formation On F-Louver

    9. How to Service 9-3. Ice Formation on F-Louver Start Dews are formed on the Gasket has a gap Remove the gap. gasket surface inside between cabinet ? F-compartment ? Door is hanged Reassemble the door. down ? Door is open and closed too frequently ? Explain not to open doors too frequently.
  • Page 39: Disconnection / Breaking

    9. How to Service 9-4. Disconnection / Breaking of Freezer Lights Ass’y Start Power of F Lamp Is OK ? (DC12V) Connection of F door switch is OK ? Change the Lamp Ass’y. Repair the F door switch. Check the power connection? (From Main PCB to F Lamp) ■...
  • Page 40: Disconnection / Breaking

    9. How to Service 9-5. Disconnection / Breaking of Refrigerator Lights Ass’y Start Power of R Lamp Is OK ? (DC12V) Connection of R door switch is OK ? Change the Lamp Ass’y. Repair the R door switch. Check the power connection? (From Main PCB to R Lamp) ■...
  • Page 41: Refrigeration Failure

    9. How to Service 9-6. Refrigeration Failure (Foods does not get cool or cold soon.) Start Any error mode on Front PCB? Solve error code problem, if any. Change R-Fan R-Fan motor the R-Fan motor. works ok ? is ok? Wiring connection Change the Main PCB.
  • Page 42: Dews On Refrigerator Compartment

    9. How to Service 9-7. Dews on Refrigerator Compartment Start Dews are formed Gasket has Repair to eliminate the gap. on the gasket inside Any gap ? R-compartment? Door is Reassemble the doors. hanged down ? Door is open too long ? Explain not to open doors too long.
  • Page 43: Comp. Operation Noise

    9. How to Service 9-8. Comp. Operation Noise Start Refrigerator is leveled ? Level the refrigerator by adjusting wheels. ☞ Refer to User’s Guide and SVC Manual. Front cover or door gasket is assembled wrong ? Set it right. Absorber comp is distorted or aged ? Change the absorber comp.
  • Page 44: Refrigerant Flow Sound

    9. How to Service 9-9. Refrigerant Flow Sound Start Water flowing or hiss sounds from the refrigerator ? Attach an absorber gum on the capillary tube. Refrigerant sound of hiss or sizzling sound when comp. starts ? Apply a gum on the accumulator.
  • Page 45: Fan Noise

    9. How to Service 9-10. Fan Noise Start Fan is damaged or transformed ? Change the fan. Fan is touching the surround ? Set it right not to touch. Fan-motor assembly is moving or shaking ? Set it right not to move. Motor has its own noise or vibration when working ? Change the motor...
  • Page 46: Pipe Noise

    9. How to Service 9-11. Pipe Noise Start Pipes are touching in the machine compartment ? Separate the touching pipes, if any. Tray drip makes noise by Condenser shaking ? Apply cushion material between Comp. base and Tray drip. Pipe itself is shaking much ? Move or change the points of vibration absorber rubbers on...
  • Page 47: Door Opening Alarm Continues

    9. How to Service 9-12. Door opening alarm continues though the door is closed. Start Check if F & R Lamp is ON. Door switch is pushed well ? Attach a thin pad on the door liner or change the door assembly.
  • Page 48: Cooling Cycle Heavy Repair

    10. Cooling Cycle Heavy Repair 10-1. Summary of Heavy Repair Process Contents Tools Remove refrigerant Cut charging pipe ends(compressor & dryer) and Nipper, side cutters residuals discharge refrigerant from dryer and compressor.  Confirm refrigerant (R134a or R600a) and oil for Parts replacement Pipe, gas welder, N2 gas and welding...
  • Page 49: Precautions During Heavy Repair

    10. Cooling Cycle Heavy Repair 10-2. Precautions During Heavy Repair Items Precautions Use of tools Use special parts and tools for R-134a or R-600a Removal of retained 1) Input ‘Forced Comp On Mode’ at Control Panel. refrigerant. ( ※ To force open the step valve for 2 evaporators in series: Press/hold “Refrigerator Temp”...
  • Page 50: Practical Work For Heavy Repair

    10. Cooling Cycle Heavy Repair 10-3. Practical Work for Heavy Repair Items Precautions 1. Removal of 1) Remove residual refrigerant more than 5 minutes later after turning off the refrigerator. residual refrigerant (If not, compressor oil may leak inside.) 2) Remove retained refrigerant slowly by cutting first high pressure side (dryer part) with a nipper and then cut low pressure side.
  • Page 51 10. Cooling Cycle Heavy Repair 10-3. Practical Work for Heavy Repair (continued) Items Precautions 3.Vacuum  Pipe Connection : degassing Connect a “red” hose to the high pressure side and a “blue” hose to the low pressure side.  Vacuum Sequence : Open ①,②...
  • Page 52: Standard Regulations

    10. Cooling Cycle Heavy Repair 10-3. Practical Work for Heavy Repair (continued) Items Precautions 4.Refrigerant 4) Refrigerant Charging charging Charge refrigerant while operating a compressor as shown above. (continued) 5) Pinch a charging pipe with a pinch-off pliers after completion of charging. Lockring the end of a pinched charging pipe with lockring...
  • Page 53: Disassemble/Assemble Procedures

    11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-1. Holder Water Filter Assembly ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Step Description Remove a screw Turn off the main water supply to the appliance. Separate the tube fixture on the upper left side cabinet back face. Pull down the Holder Assembly and tubes gently to remove.
  • Page 54: Water Tank And

    11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-2. Water Tank and Cover Vegetable Assembly ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Step Description Remove two vegetable cases. Turn off the main water supply to the appliance. Remove one screws and pull the tank to the front.
  • Page 55 11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-2. Water Tank and Cover Vegetable Assembly (continued) ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Separate the fixture to protect 5/16”(the big one) tube from bending damage. After removing the water Water Tank Assembly toward the machine room, put a (tank + tubes + cover + heater + …) large cup on dispenser and prepare to fill the remain water...
  • Page 56: Hose Ice Maker Tube Ass'y

    11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-3. Hose Ice Maker Tube Assembly ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Step Description Separate the cover Remove the icemaker Water tube icemaker water on the top of cabinet tube cover. Using (-) driver. Pull the water outlet parts.
  • Page 57: Icemaker

    11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-4. Icemaker ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Hold the handle of the bucket and then pull it straight out. Unscrew and remove the wires cover. Disconnect the connector of icemaker. Remove the icemaker. □...
  • Page 58: Fixture Geared Motor

    11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-5. Fixture Geared Motor ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description GOOD Disconnect the connector of the Fixture Geared Motor assembly. Separate wires from hooks gently. Pull a hook to the right to remove. Remove the Fixture G/Motor.
  • Page 59: Pantry Drawer Cover

    11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-6. Pantry Drawer Cover and Cover Multi-duct Assembly ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Step Description Remove vegetable cases, Hold the top side of vegetable cover, pantry the Cover Multi-duct drawer. Loosen two screws and then pull it to from water tank assembly.
  • Page 60: Refrigerator Sensor

    11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-7. Refrigerator Sensor, Pantry Drawer Sensor, Dampers in Cover Multi-duct Assembly ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Separate the insulator from the multi-duct cover. Remove R sensor on the upper side of cover. Remove the pantry drawer sensor on the lower side of cover.
  • Page 61: Control Panel Pcb And Wires

    11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-8. Control Panel PCB and Wires in Pantry Drawer Cover Assembly ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Step Description Remove two screws to disassemble the pantry control panel PCB and wires. Separate the wires from hooks in the pantry cover. Remove the cover in front of the pantry drawer cover assembly.
  • Page 62: Freezer Louver Ass'y

    11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-9. Freezer Louver Assembly ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Step Description Disconnect the connectors of F fan motor and F sensor. Remove freezer drawers. Fixture F Rail *M (Material : steel bar) Gear F rail *M Press the left fixing hook of the rail system.
  • Page 63: Freezer Sensor

    11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-10. Freezer Sensor, F Fan and Fan Motor ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Step Description Loosen 4 screws marked by rectangle. And remove F Fan motor assembly from the Louver. Remove the tape to separate wires of F-sensor and F Fan motor.
  • Page 64 11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-11. Refrigerator Fan and Fan Motor in freezer ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Step Description Supporting the back side of fan with a finger, pull out and remove the fixing spring with a long nose plier.
  • Page 65 11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-12. Freezer Defrost Sensor and Heater in the Evaporator Assembly ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Step Description Remove the Remove two temp connectors fuses of defrost heater. ※ Two D-Sensor with each connector ※...
  • Page 66 11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-13. Defrost Sensor in the Ice Maker Evaporator Assembly ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Remove eight screw attached to the cover. And remove cover. Straighten the 4 bent positions of the cover plate. Remove the cover plate.
  • Page 67 11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-14. Defrost Heater in the Ice Maker Evaporator Assembly ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Step Description Remove eight screw attached Welding removes the to the cover. remaining pipes. And remove cover. ※ Caution Be careful not to melt the parts.
  • Page 68 11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-15. Condenser Fan Motor in the Machine Room ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Step Description Disconnect the connector of C Fan Motor. Break the shaft(plastic) of fan blade. Do not use the old fan again. Be careful not to damage the shaft of motor if the motor is used again.
  • Page 69 11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-16. Freezer and Refrigerator Door Switches ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Step Description Remove the F door switch with flat-blade screwdriver. Loosen 5 screws and remove the top hinge cover. Disconnect the connector. Remove two door switches and disconnect the connectors.
  • Page 70 11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-17. Front Control Panel Dispenser in the Left Refrigerator Door ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Loosen a screw at the bottom side of Front Control Panel. Grip the bottom side of the FCP with two hands and lift and pull it forward to remove.
  • Page 71 11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-18. Dispenser Lever ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Step Description Remove the Front Control Panel. Loosen 4 screws to remove the Box Dispenser Ice Shutter Assembly. Remember how to link the dispenser flap moving motor and the Box Dispenser Ice shut Assembly.
  • Page 72 11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-19. Mullion Bar Assembly ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description ※ Assemble Procedures at Middle Hinge Part Align the 2 screw holes on the door with the mounting holes on the middle hinge of Loosen 2 screws.
  • Page 73 11. Disassemble/Assemble Procedures 11-21. Interior F/R Lamp ※ Follow the reverse order when assembling. Step Description Step Description Pushing the front side of F lamp cover, pull it down to remove. Loosen 2 screws Loosen 2 screws to remove the lamp. Maker a gap between the lamp holder and the top side of refrigerator using thin flat tip tool.